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    Default Streamlined Passenger Equipment?

    Hello all, I come to you with a call for help, and I'm pretty sure this has been brought up before.

    I'm looking for some streamlined passenger equipment that works well in T:ANE, aside from the built in stuff. There doesn't seem to be very much around, which is quite surprising. I know that Landrvr1 made a lot of good streamlined equipment, but alas, I have lost it all in a hard drive failure. I know that CloakedGhost275 has some Santa Fe cars on the DLS, but unfortunately, they do not work in T:ANE (I couldn't even get them to work in TS12).

    Surely, there must be more out there. What can you guys suggest?

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    Sadly American passenger is pretty much non-existent in Trainz.

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    I am working on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitepass View Post
    I am working on that.
    Yay!

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    Epa,
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    Well if your looking for more Amtrak Era type stuff then there should be plenty of stuff out there to satisfied you, now if you are looking for Pre-Amtrak (Pre-1971) era type passenger cars, then yes there is a bit of a drought on that but recently last month I just released a bunch of Heavyweight Pullman reskins on my IRM route thread, Plus Trainz Forge released a two nice payware sets with a good amount of nice coaches in them, and Steve Lerro has a few Payware sets that include a good amount of coaches in them as well. So I see a slow increasing interest of Pre-Amtrak era Passenger cars, which is good in my book.
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    Here's a link to the section on the Illinois Railway Museum screenshot thread about the reskins.
    Link: http://forums.auran.com/trainz/showt...m-Route/page27
    Last edited by jordon412; January 12th, 2017 at 09:58 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt3985 View Post
    Well if your looking for more Amtrak Era type stuff then there should be plenty of stuff out there to satisfied you, now if you are looking for Pre-Amtrak (Pre-1971) era type passenger cars, then yes there is a bit of a drought on that but recently last month I just released a bunch of Heavyweight Pullman reskins on my IRM route thread, Plus Trainz Forge released a two nice payware sets with a good amount of nice coaches in them, and Steve Lerro has a few Payware sets that include a good amount of coaches in them as well. So I see a slow increasing interest of Pre-Amtrak era Passenger cars, which is good in my book.
    Thanks Matt, but I already have just about all the Amtrak stuff. I'm looking for something that looks good with JR's ATSF F7's, aside from the ancient built-in stock. The Trainz Forge CB&Q set has really caught my eye, but I'm holding off until it's in the budget (i.e., when I finally think I'm done upgrading my PC).

    Quote Originally Posted by whitepass View Post
    I am working on that.
    Awesome! I'm looking forward to it.

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    CloakedGhost's ATSF Passenger Cars are good but the wheels keep turning automatically. :/


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    These just showed up on the DLS by natvander





    Might not be what you are looking for but pretty nice.

    You might want to check out PaulzTrainz, payware but affordable and I'm happy with them - http://forums.auran.com/trainz/showt...93#post1544393
    Last edited by normhart; January 13th, 2017 at 11:07 PM.
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